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CUSD Phase 2: See InformationOctober 6, 2020
Hello Triton Families,
This Week- Phase 2 Cohorts: Families of returning students have received detailed schedule information via email address CMSinfo@coronadousd.net. Emails were sent on Wed., 9/30. Phase 2 includes all students with disabilities, KCMS, and Yearbook students. They will be on campus for the 90 minute class, and all other classes will continue as Bridge/Online Learning.
Coronado Police Department will have crossing guards at the main arteries of the city
- Orange Ave., Third and Fourth Streets.
To view the CMS Campus Reopening Plan document, slideshow, video, and Phases information, click here: CMS Website - Campus Reopening Information
I've created a CMS 2020-2021 menu tab on the CMS website. I'll be posting and updating information there regularly. https://cms.coronadousd.net/
Thank you for your support.
Critical Planning Factors for grades 6-12: Understanding Cohorts
- What is a cohort? A cohort is a stable group of students that stay together for all on campus activities.
- Why is cohorting important at this time? Cohorting guidance has been provided to school districts from the CDC and the San Diego Department of Public Health. This allows the school to complete contact tracing if and when needed. Under current guidance this is the safest way for us to offer in-person learning experiences while managing the safety of our students and staff.
- How does a cohort work at the secondary level? Cohorting in secondary schools is very challenging, as the definition of cohorting is to keep one small group of students together for the entire day. With secondary students taking a variety of classes and levels, this creates multiple complexities.
- Can my student be part of more than one cohort? Not at this time. Students will be part of one secure cohort (one group of students)
- Can my child attend more than one class on the same day? Current guidance from the county does not allow your child to be with more than one cohort of his/her peers per day.
- Once we don't need to cohort, will that allow for more student time in classrooms and on campus? Yes! :)
CLICK HERE to view an FAQ page for more information.
Please note that ALL information listed is subject to change based on updated county guidance.